Mrs. Jamie Weaver
My name is Jamie Weaver, and I am an Instructional Aide and P.E. teacher here at RCS. I grew up and graduated from the Randolph school district, and then earned a degree in 6-12 Agriculture Education from UW-Platteville. I taught high school and middle school for two years when my husband and I decided to move back to Wisconsin. For many years I enjoyed working at Jung’s Seed Company in varying capacities until I felt I was being led back to the schools.
My husband and I have two children, and most of our free time is devoted to supporting them in their activities. I enjoy reading, gardening, and sports (playing and watching), and coach our RCS middle school volleyball team.
RCS has been an important part of our family’s life, as both our children have, or are currently, attending here. We have enjoyed being a part of a school that cares deeply about not only the academic growth of its students, but developing and encouraging a real relationship with God.
Mrs. Leah Schaalma
4K WRAP-AROUND DIRECTOR
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Miss Elizabeth Novey
My name is Elizabeth Novey, and I teach kindergarten at RCS. I hold B.S. degrees in Early Childhood Education and Biblical & Educational Studies from Liberty University, as well as ACSI (Association of Christian Schools International) certifications in Early Education, Elementary Education, and Bible. I have been teaching in Christian schools since 2018 and feel blessed with the opportunity to make an eternal difference in the lives of young children. The Lord has placed a strong calling in my heart to help children get to know Jesus Christ and become rooted in biblical truth. I love to nurture students’ natural curiosity and inspire within them a passion for learning, exploring God’s world alongside God’s Word. Teaching at RCS is more than a job for me—I consider it to be a very rewarding ministry and mission field. When I'm not teaching, I enjoy hiking, biking, snowshoeing, doing inductive Bible study, playing board games, reading, cooking made-from-scratch meals, and exploring museums.
Mrs. Amy Regnerus
1st Grade Teacher
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1st Grade Teacher
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Mrs. Kathy Tabor
2nd grade teacher
Hi! My name is Kathy Tabor and I am the 2nd Grade Teacher here at RCS. I was born and raised on a Minnesota farm, so I am loving the idea of teaching in a farming community. I graduated from Trinity Bible College and married my husband Todd in 1987. We pastored in Wyoming, Minnesota, New Jersey, and Nebraska. For the last 23 years, we have pastored in Jefferson. We have three boys in their late 20’s who all served in the military, a daughter-in law, and are blessed with 4 grandkids. Personally, I enjoy reading, sitting on my deck, doing yard work, garage sales, and loving my dog.
I have taught in two Christian schools early in my career, and then 11 years as a Title 1 teacher in Milwaukee. I enjoy sharing the love of God with my students. God has opened a door for me here to do that and I am embracing it.
Miss Hope Cupery
3rd and 4th Grade teacher
interim resource director
Hi! My name is Miss Hope and I am the third and fourth grade teacher here at Randolph Christian. Peanut butter cups, children’s books, and my golden doodle, Ellie, are just a few of my favorite things. In my free time I enjoy reading, thrifting, watching sports, and catching up with friends and family. I also enjoy volunteering at my church's youth group and singing on our worship team. I’ve lived in the Randolph area with my family my whole life and graduated from RCS in 2011. I have been teaching at RCS for 4 years now, and I love being able to teach at the school I grew up in.
Throughout my life I have been passionate about two things: teaching and Jesus. I feel so privileged to have the opportunity to bring my two passions together as I teach my students. It is my goal that each of my students would not only be able to excel academically, but also emotionally, socially, and spiritually. I attended Maranatha Baptist University and attained dual certification in elementary education and cross-categorical special education to equip me to achieve these tasks. My classroom is an inclusive community where each student is treasured, challenged, and safe.
mrs. darlyn deyoung
elementary music teacher
Greetings! My name is Darlyn DeYoung. My husband, Harold, and I grew up in Randolph having met in 1st grade and we have been married 52 years. We have 4 married children, 9 grandkids and enjoy our family times with them. We have been blessed that our family all live close by. That means both my husband and I can help them out when a need arises and follow our grandkids in their school activities.
We were foster parents for both Dodge and Columbia Counties for 30 years. Newborn babies were my favorite placements. One year I had 7 newborns, and I didn’t mind the night time feedings. Harold and I felt this were a way we could serve the Lord by opening up our home to those in need. I play organ at 2 churches. I love the practice times when it is just me and the Lord and the empty church.
My hobbies include reading, diamond painting, flower gardening, and doing puzzles. I have traveled to all 50 states. Branson, MO is our very favorite place to go because of the MUSIC shows there.
This is my 1st year teaching music at RCS. I accepted this position because of my LOVE for kids, LOVE of music and my LOVE for the Lord. I have 31 amazing, talented students. (I sound like a grandmother)
It is truly a blessing to get to know these kids and help them to find a love for music. “Make a joyful noise . . .” I wish you could experience their excitement and willingness to learn.
I am dedicated to RCS. Our children attended (years ago) and now I have 3 grandkids attending RCS. I have discovered a different level of appreciation of RCS now that I am part of the staff. The staff is very compassionate, helpful to each other in any way they can, and I am so happy and proud to be a part of RCS. I LOVE MY JOB.